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#1
I searched for an answer and the only useful one I could find was on the old site from 2009.

Going to the Luhrs Center at SHIP soon for a show. *If I do not see a sign stating otherwise* (I'm not very good at spotting those), is CC ok/allowed/authorized at the Luhrs Center? SHIP is not K-12, Court or Casino, but Lurhs may be private property. So, has anyone been? Does anyone have insight?

Thanks- See you in Morrisville
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#2
Probably not "allowed" or "authorized", but barring notice that is ignored, it should be legal.

Personally, I wouldn't attempt to actively seek out an 'official' answer.

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#3
Looks like a "no weapons" university campus based on this.

"2.4 No person shall possess or use dangerous weapons. This includes, but is not limited to, guns,
knives, martial arts' devices, percussion weapons, bow and arrows, ammunition, clubs, or any
other devices used aggressively."
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gascolator;100018 Wrote:Looks like a "no weapons" university campus based on this.

"2.4 No person shall possess or use dangerous weapons. This includes, but is not limited to, guns,
knives, martial arts' devices, percussion weapons, bow and arrows, ammunition, clubs, or any
other devices used aggressively."

What makes you think a "student handbook" applies to someone visiting for some other purpose and how they would even be aware of it if it did?
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#5
I did not see any signs anywhere while I was there.
jadiff, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Dec 2012.

NRA Lifer/2AF/GOA
Para Ordnance P12 .45
Kahr CM9
S&W .380 BG
Marlin model 1894 .30-.30
Several other small caliber arms
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#6
gnbrotz;100099 Wrote:
gascolator;100018 Wrote:Looks like a "no weapons" university campus based on this.

"2.4 No person shall possess or use dangerous weapons. This includes, but is not limited to, guns,
knives, martial arts' devices, percussion weapons, bow and arrows, ammunition, clubs, or any
other devices used aggressively."

What makes you think a "student handbook" applies to someone visiting for some other purpose and how they would even be aware of it if it did?

What makes you think you know what I think?

Generally, the most available documentation of any university's policies is its student handbook, which are almost always available on the web.

The policy, and its use of "no person" greatly increases the probability that one might encounter a "No weapons" sign somewhere on the premises.
gascolator, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Nov 2012.
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#7
You should be okay to carry. The University may forbid firearms in its buildings, but if you get caught then all they can do is ask you to leave. In their employee handbook and student handbook, those people will probably face either expulsion, termination, etc. Just remember concealed means concealed, but I AM NOT A LAWYER. If I were you, I would carry, but that's your call.
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gascolator;100535 Wrote:
gnbrotz;100099 Wrote:What makes you think a "student handbook" applies to someone visiting for some other purpose and how they would even be aware of it if it did?

What makes you think you know what I think?

Generally, the most available documentation of any university's policies is its student handbook, which are almost always available on the web.

The policy, and its use of "no person" greatly increases the probability that one might encounter a "No weapons" sign somewhere on the premises.

Just wanted to point out that Shippensburg is one of several PA Universities that now permit students to carry firearms on campus, so I don't think it's a stretch that non-students could carry there with a greatly reduced likelihood of being charged with defiant trespass if they are somehow discovered.
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#9
I'll be making it onto this campus later this afternoon for "Art SHIP" (art, wine, brews, and music). Given the recent relaxation of firearm policies on some PA campuses (this one included), I'm actually going to open carry. I'll report back on my experience.
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gascolator;100535 Wrote:
gnbrotz;100099 Wrote:What makes you think a "student handbook" applies to someone visiting for some other purpose and how they would even be aware of it if it did?

What makes you think you know what I think?

Generally, the most available documentation of any university's policies is its student handbook, which are almost always available on the web.

The policy, and its use of "no person" greatly increases the probability that one might encounter a "No weapons" sign somewhere on the premises.

IANAL, but it seems to me that student handbooks apply to the, you know, students.

While they can be a guide - and are often used as a college's universally applied policy manual, I don't think it really can be. Let's assume I am a neighbor (I am not, but work with me here). What if I wanted to stroll through campus? Am I really expected to even know a student manual exists?
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